Justin Bieber’s ‘Seasons’ Sets YouTube Record
Justin Bieber’s OTT docuseries, Justin Bieber: Seasons, which is based on his return to music is breaking all records online. The series has already set a record of being the most-watched YouTube Originals series to date, in just fifteen days after its premiere.
According to reports, the first part of the documented musical journey of the singer pulled in more than 32.65 million views, in the fortnight. If that was not enough news for the lovers of the Canadian singer, furthermore, the episode, titled Leaving the Spotlight, did also beat the likes of Liza On Demand’s second season premiere, which hold a figure of 25.4 million views.
He further extended his record of being the biggest artist in the history of YouTube. On Wednesday, Bieber had also broken the record of surpassing 50 million subscribers on his YouTube channel named Kidrauhl. This has been his space for posting his videos, from his early days back in 2007 (even before he gained worldwide popularity) and continues to be the same till today.
Justin Bieber: Seasons is a 10-part series that was announced in December 2019, and has not left the buzz since then. It is directed and produced by OBB Pictures' Michael D. Ratner with photographer Joe Termini set to direct additional episodes and depicts in detail the creative process of the singer.
The series premiered on January 27, 2020, with the release of the first four episodes. New episodes have been releasing bi-weekly since. However, the last four episodes of the series are yet to be uploaded.
On the musical front, Justin also dropped the tracklist for his forthcoming fifth studio album, Changes, which is slated to be released on February 14. The album will see the Canadian-singer collaborating with Travis Scott, Post Malone, Quavo and Kehlani. Looks like the singer has his hands full and the spotlight will not be leaving him anytime soon.